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    A five ounce bar is the least favorite of the bars to hold and therefore the most difficult to get rid of one day. However it's still something that you can sell, if not at every dealer, just not in larger quantities.

    On the other hand the five ounce round is something of a newbie with very few of them being made and sold as pure generic rounds.

    There are a number of specialty five ounce rounds being made but those are for collectors mostly as they are far more expensive than pure generic.

    You pay for a high premium product, you are in the speculation game for the future. Maybe you win maybe you don't, that's why it's a speculative investment.
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    Question

    Which seems to you like a better form of silver to hold?
    5 ounce ATB? ~ $105
    5 ounce rounds/bars ~ $90


    https://sdbullion.com/silver/america...l-silver-coins
    https://www.goldenstatemint.com/5-oz...r-rounds-bars/

    I'm having a hard time deciding, but I do like the 5 ozt size.
    Strangely the Sunshine 5 ozt bar looks smaller than I thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    One, I don't think I possess any advanced knowledge for regular people,
    it just seems that way for the special ones like you.

    Two, stop being redundant. Things don't plunge up.

    Three, your league can manipulate silver's price at any time, in any way.

    Four, to repeat for you, based on my knowledge I guessed $14.9x for a brief moment as the low spot price this year.

    Finally, one can buy silver today at $16.53 spot to get while the getting's good,
    or one could try to time the actual bottom price, usually a bad move.


    In addition today's premiums are very low.
    This gives them room to likely increase when the spot drops,
    which would likely negate any lower spot price from here.

    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone
    I'm not a predictor of anything, I don't recommend anyone buy things based on my opinions.


    You are so full of BS it isn't even funny with your double speak from one message to the next. lets see what you really had to say about this prediction of yours.

    The above is your latest trying to backtrack on your original statement which is below which both include your standard double talk to protect any and all prediction
    by claiming the bad bankers can do what they want at any time making your predictions null and void because of their actions and not your predictions gone awry.




    Quote Originally Posted by Silverbone
    I would use a stronger word than potentially, but then I'm not a financial advisor.

    "looking at historical silver price data can also potentially help investors identify areas of support that could be solid buying opportunities. If silver has dipped down to $15 per ounce
    on numerous occasions but not gone lower, then buying interest may be strong at that level and it could potentially represent a good value for long-term buyers."


    Looks to me like $17 is just about where the banksters need the silver price to hang and hang.....

    Looking back two years, I believe that the manipulated price action looks very similar to today, and I'm hoping a
    fractal similarity pattern will continue. i.e.,
    early this Spring down close to $15 (I will try to buy then), then back into the $20s for a minimum 33% gain.

    David Morgan said at around $25 for silver and $1550 for gold, then the public's (herd) interest will awaken.

    Lets see where some of these inconsistencies come into play between the two that you can't own up to


    your league can manipulate silver's price at any time, in any way "WHY WOULD YOU EVER BELIEVE YOU CAN PREDICT ANYTHING WHEN THEY CONTROL THE PRICE"
    Looks to me like $17 is just about where the banksters need the silver price to hang and hang.....IF THE FIX IS IN HOW IS IT GOING TO $20 THEN ABOVE THIS YEAR

    to repeat for you, based on my knowledge I guessed $14.9x for a brief moment as the low spot price this year Hummm, low price for the year now
    and I'm hoping a fractal similarity pattern will continue. i.e., early this Spring down close to $15 Oh look it was early this spring originally, Hummm

    one can buy silver today at $16.53 spot to get while the getting's good, or one could try to time the actual bottom price, usually a bad move It's a terrible move to make now
    fractal similarity pattern will continue. i.e., early this Spring down close to $15 (I will try to buy then) Humm, but you were showing your willingness to try and catch that low originally

    I'm not a predictor of anything, I don't recommend anyone buy things based on my opinions
    one can buy silver today at $16.53 spot to get while the getting's good or one could try to time the actual bottom price, usually a bad moveSounds like a prediction and recommendation to me
    I guessed $14.9x for a brief moment as the low spot price this year, with no mention of the price ever going above $16.53
    early this Spring down close to $15 (I will try to buy then), then back into the $20s for a minimum 33% gain. sure seems to me you have gone into the prediction business here
    David Morgan said at around $25 for silver and $1550 for gold, then the public's (herd) interest will awaken Now your using David to support yourself and his prediction


    Things don't plunge up as in they can only plunge down, is that what your concept is, well as a verb it also means to push or thrust and there is nothing that says it means down or up just pushing or thrusting, so it can be used either way if one chooses to use it that way
    down close to $15 (I will try to buy then), then back into the $20s for a minimumTHAT'S A PRETTY GOOD PLUNGE UP TO START
    David Morgan said at around $25 for silverTHEN DAVID TAKES IT EVEN FURTHER FROM THERE, IS THIS NOT A PLUGE UP FROM $15


    In addition today's premiums are very low. This gives them room to likely increase when the spot drops, which would likely negate any lower spot price from here.



    This last one above is one of my all time favorites from dealers and poor fellow stackers who have fallen for this line of BS and you of all people know very well it is nothing but BS.

    So if the spot price is at $17 and heading to a potential of $15, why would you of all people try and catch a hot potato at $15 which you said you would in the above when you know SD Bullion is going to add another $2.00 to his already low 39 per ounce for a brand new one ounce round, taking that cost to $2.39 each. That would make you a self confessed idiot. However for anyone that has paid any attention to SD Bullions prices for ASE's over the past year, they would know they keep their premium price at around $2.29 to a high of $2.49 each no matter what the spot price is. Wouldn't that make their generic Silver round a worthless buy compared to buying ASE's for the same price? But anyone can go back in time looking at the prices posted for SD Bullion over the past two years as they are still listed on this forum and change several times a week. So it wouldn't be hard to find many different spot price points to see if your theory is correct which it is as bogus as most of everything you post on this forum. You even catch yourself in that lie in the two posting above stating two different things.

    You wouldn't do that to prove yourself wrong when your too lazy to do your own work to prove yourself right so I looked up the info for you.

    April 18th 2017 spot price hit $18.42 SD Bullion was selling a Buffalo round for 55 over spot

    May 9th 2017 spot price hit $16.22 SD Bullion was selling the same Buffalo round for 59 over spot

    July 10th 2017 spot price hit $15.22 SD Bullion was still selling the same Buffalo round for 59 over spot

    Granted they did show a 4 premium increase after a $2.20 drop in the spot price, but it didn't drop anymore with the additional dollar decline in July.

    So that was a $3.20 drop in the spot price with a 4 premium increase of their Buffalo round versus the $3.20 increase in premium you are suggesting might very well take place if we wait for a lower spot price negating the benefits of a lower spot price and more Silver for our dollars!!!!



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    Default A discussion on the feasibility of buying PMs on credit during times of bank flux.

    Silver / Gold can't be purchased on credit! (Sure is a reality)


    Could it be that waiting to save a buck per ounce on silver today
    is a repeat of waiting to save a buck on Bitcoin at $16.35?
    Probably not.
    But maybe.
    In time it will be revealed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    Silver / Gold can't be purchased on credit! (Sure is a reality)


    Could it be that waiting to save a buck per ounce on silver today
    is a repeat of waiting to save a buck on Bitcoin at $16.35?
    Probably not.
    But maybe.
    In time it will be revealed.
    One more person wanting to hear himself speak on YouTube with no knowledge of the market.

    We are at the absolute bottom for Silver right now and it can't drop lower, but if it does drop down to $15, that would be an even better buying opportunity.

    Truth is if there is a major bust in the financial markets again. Investors will sell their long positions at a loss to to cover their margin calls on the stock market. It's happened over and over again.. And yet the analyst keep saying it will be different this time, which is what they said back in 2008.

    As always, if your ready to buy then do so no matter what the spot price is, but don't do so because of the never ending threats of doom and gloom that the SilverSellers pump out on a daily basis trying to scare people into buying.
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    Arrow This is just a timely and friendly reminder for my fellow Americans.

    Do not keep too much cash "money" in the "bank".
    Just what you need to pay near future living expenses.

    At this point, keeping any savings that won't be used in the next few years
    as dollars within the Federal Reserve banking system, is a very bad idea.
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    Post it has just about died

    2 Year Silver London Fix Daily with 30 and 200-day moving averages


    Dollar cost averaging may not be possible much longer,
    but SDR cost averaging just doesn't sound correct.

    45.71531.1 = 1000.6425

    $45 face value of junk contains a kilogram of silver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    45.71531.1 = 1000.6425

    $45 face value of junk contains a kilogram of silver

    I'm curious, is there a point to the fact that $45 in junk Silver equals the spot value of one kilogram of Silver?

    That is the same fact no matter if the spot price of Silver is $4 per ounce or $400 per ounce.


    As far as cost averaging, do you have some magic crystal ball that's says Silver is going up and no longer going down so we can all be happy???

    I would still like to sell 2,000 ounces at $30, any $30 figures floating around in clouds of that crystal ball of yours?
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    Wink but not as good as yesterday.

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    I'm curious, is there a point to the fact that $45 in junk Silver equals the spot value of one kilogram of Silver?
    That is the same fact no matter if the spot price of Silver is $4 per ounce or $400 per ounce
    .
    As time continues we silver stackers will be faced with metric conversions more and more often.
    Any method used to map constitutional dollar face value in to troy ounces ($7 = 5ozt) or grams ($4.50 = 100 grams) will be useful.


    As far as cost averaging, do you have some magic crystal ball that's says Silver is going up and no longer going down so we can all be happy???
    Of course not.
    What I possess is logic and intuition, and it has little to do with your state of mind.


    I would still like to sell 2,000 ounces at $30, any $30 figures floating around in clouds of that crystal ball of yours?
    Repeating, I use no crystal ball, just logic.
    What I do know is that the spot price will pass through the $30 per troy ounce level at least once
    before it reaches its true unmanipulated market value of approximately $100 (2018 USD) per gram.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    Of course not.
    What I possess is logic and intuition, and it has little to do with your state of mind.

    Repeating, I use no crystal ball, just logic.
    What I do know is that the spot price will pass through the $30 per troy ounce level at least once
    before it reaches its true unmanipulated market value of approximately $100 (2018 USD) per gram.

    That's not intuition, that is predicting the future of Silver price in astronomical levels and not based on any potential crashing of the dollars value by hyper-inflation, but by comparing it with today's spending power as you've pointed out stating it will be worth $100 per gram in 2018 Dollars which is back to your favorite $3,100 per troy ounce of Silver.

    However if the Dollar keeps depreciating, the Silver spot price will have to be all that much higher than $3,100 per ounce to equal today's spending power, unless your in the market place for a 100" super duper how many multiples of today's quad TV it might be for your den in the distant future.

    Just keep buying Silver with your left over change until the day you die and leave instructions for your children not to sell any until the Silver spot price = $3,100. HAHA, they will in all probability sell that stuff the day after they plant you if not sooner..
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